German Pink tomato
The German Pink tomato is a Bavarian variety that is currently grown in Festina, Iowa. The plants produce large 1-2 pound meaty fruits with few seeds. The German Pink has a full sweet flavor, even floral, and a tender skin. The tomato is an extremely versatile fruit, as it is excellent for canning and freezing but also slicing and juicing.
The West Fork Garden Market is open the first Saturday of April at 7:30-12:00 noon until Frost and on Wednesday afternoon from 3:00 until dusk. The West Fork Garden Market members are local growers of natural and organic vegetables, meat, eggs, and cut flowers. (more...)
Wayward Lane Farm is a sustainable family owned and operated farm that uses organic methods to grow both vegetables and pastured meats. We are located 30 minutes south of Indianapolis near Bargersville. (more...)
Walnut Hollow Farms is a group of five farms in Gaston county, NC, owned and overseen by our family. All five farms were owned by our ancestors. When Nicholas Friday first moved here, to start his family, from York, PA in the 1750s Gaston county hadn't yet been established (est. 1846) . (more...)
Wabi Sabi Farm is USDA Certified Organic by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship (IDALS). No genetically modified crops are grown and no synthetic chemicals are used. We plant cover crops on fallow ground for soil health, but will also amend this with compost on crop ground. (more...)
Growing hundreds of varieties of vegetables we feature some of the most unusual selections of vegetables and fruits in the region. Our farm store is open 7 days a week with a vast array of produce grown on our farm. We are proud to feature products from many other farms within a sixty mile radius of our farm including tree fruits and more. (more...)
Videnovich Farms is a second-generation American farm but our farming heritage goes back centuries to the southeastern European region. Our relatives still farm in eastern Serbia near the Bulgarian and Romanian borders and our crops (and recipes) reflect this heritage. (more...)